Results posted for Cyclocross Race 5

Results posted for Cyclocross Race 5

The five-race Chainwreck Cyclocross Series wrapped up Thursday at Tsalteshi Trails with Jim Hall, John Messick, Morgan Aldridge and Landen Showalter taking the victories.

Hall won by turning five laps in 32 minutes, 40 seconds. Riders cannot go out on another lap after 30 minutes. Brian Beeson was second with five laps in 32:44, while Messick was third, and first in singlespeed, with five laps in 36:57.

Showalter was the top youth rider, and eighth overall, with five laps in 38:41, while Dylan Hogue was second with four in 36:48 and Ethan Hogue was third with four in 39:06.

Aldridge was the top woman, and 11th overall, at five in 40:18, while Jen Showalter was second at four in 33:14 and Angie Sulley was third in four at 33:41.

The biking season at Tsalteshi concludes with the Polar Vortex Cyclocross Race on Oct. 20, an hourlong race with registration at 1:30 p.m. and racing at 2 p.m. The race will be at Tsalteshi’s Kalifornsky Beach trail head, unless a massive snow comes. Then it’s at the Slikok trail head.

1. Jim Hall – 32:40 (5); 2. Brian Beeson – 32:44 (5); 3. John Messick – 36:57 (5) 1st Place Singlespeed; 4. Dave Edwards Smith – 37:05 (5); 5. Nathan Kincaid – 38:28 (5); 6. Dustin Henkin – 38:34 (5); 7. Rob Carson – 38:41 (5); 8. Jamie Nelson – 39:25 (5); 9. Landen Showalter – 39:26 (5) 1st Place Youth; 10. Mark Beeson – 40:08 (5); 11. Morgan Aldridge – 40:18 (5) 1st Place Women; 12. Jen Showalter – 33:14 (4) 2nd Place Women ; 13. Angie Sulley – 33:41 (4) 3rd Place Women ; 14. Jen Tabor – 36:14 (4) Women ; 15. Dylan Hogue – 36:48 (4) 2nd Place Youth; 16. Ethan Hogue – 39:06 (4) 3rd Place Youth ; 17. Alicia Driscoll – 40:31 (4) Women; 18. Kelly Sederholm – 40:42 (4); 19. Darryl Kincaid – 41:46 (4); 20. Benn Abel – 42:22 (4) Youth; 21. Robert Carson – 32:52 (3) Youth; 22. Andrew Miller – 36:28 (3); 23. Teagan Kobylarz – 41:31 (3) Youth; 24. Tom Kobylarz – 41:32 (3); 25. Josiah Abel – 46:55 (3) Youth.

26. Caleb Abel – 46:29 (3) Youth; 27. Rosie Dura – 35:54 (2); 28. Matt “Pumpkin” Dura – 35:55 (2); 29. Wanda Kincaid – 16:09 (1) Women.

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